As part of The University of Western Australia's Keyed Up! series, internationally celebrated Finnish pianist Paavali Jumppanen will present a recital celebrating the works of Beethoven and Mozart, as well as premiering a commissioned new work by Finnish composer Jouni Kaipainen.
A spur of the moment decision to audition for ‘No
Time for Timmy' landed UWA Albany student Owen Davies the lead role in the
Spectrum Theatre production. Written and directed by Albany local Elaine Grant,
this thought provoking work explores the challenges of dealing with mental
Mathematics and sex? That's right, the two are very
much intertwined. The Friends of UWA Albany and the City of Albany are pleased
to have well known mathematician and television identity Dr Clio Cresswell
present the 2010 Amity Lecture on this intriguing topic.
Ten young guitarists from The University of Western Australia's School of Music Guitar Ensemble won the highest praise at a competition adjudicated by one of the world's most acclaimed classical guitarists.
The UWA Albany Centre held its annual Open Day on Friday August 27 for students, parents and anyone interested in finding out all that UWA Albany has to offer. Over 300 people took the opportunity to explore the Centre and discover the courses on offer.
Many students studying at The University of Western
Australia Albany Centre find themselves, at some stage during their degree, paying
a visit to what they affectionately refer to as ‘the northern campus'. For some
this means a visit to UWA in Perth, but for others, like Tammy London, their
studies take them much further north.
A new $63 million Indian Ocean Marine Research Centre based at
The University of Western Australia will boost marine science capacity in
Australia, according to UWA Vice-Chancellor Professor Alan Robson.